Category Archives: Specific Careers


Automotive Apprenticeship


Automotive Modern Apprenticeship Program 2016 Applications are now open to those students considering a career in the motor industry and seeking an apprenticeship. Successful candidates will be offered full time employment at a dealer close to their home, and will also receive block training. Dealers involved in this program include Audi, Volkswagen, Jaguar, Land Rover, […]

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Screen and Media (Radio & Television)


Diploma Screen and Media (Radio and Television) The Diploma Screen and Media (Radio and Television) is a practical introduction to radio and television presenting, and a pathway for students to try their hand at media production. In summary – This is a one-year course based at the Chadstone Campus Students produce a magazine style show […]

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Apprenticeship position at University of Melbourne


Job Vacancy – Apprenticeship Faculty of Science University of Melbourne I would like to inform students in Year 11 or 12 that there is a vacancy for an apprentice in the Science Faculty Workshop at the University of Melbourne in Parkville. Please contact Michael Zammit for further information. The pay is very good. Position: Senior […]

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Studying at Le Cordon Bleu


Studying at Le Cordon Bleu Do you have a passion for cooking? Particularly French cuisine? Le Cordon Bleu, as a culinary arts school that offers courses at more than 29 international schools across 5 continents, and is attended by more than 20,000 students every year. Students are taught by Master Chefs, of which the majority come […]

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Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Dental Surgery and Doctor of Physiotherapy


At the University of Melbourne, The Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Dental Surgery and Doctor of Physiotherapy have very specific prerequisites which must have been completed prior to commencing these graduate programs.   Students considering applying for one of these courses and wanting to make sure that their undergraduate degree does include these prerequisite subjects and […]

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National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA)


National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) The National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) is an internationally recognised institute that offers education and training in a range of courses including acting, writing, staging, movement, voice, costume, and production design.   All application, audition, interview and project requirements for NIDA’s tertiary programs are now available on the […]

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Mechanical and Electrical Engineering


  Difference between Electrical and Mechanical Engineering? Students often ask what the difference is between electrical engineering and mechanical engineering. There are many explanations regarding the difference and the summaries below should provide some clarification. Actually Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering are near polar opposites in the engineering world. Mechanical Engineering is based on the […]

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Careers in Psychology


APS Careers in Psychology Seminar Each year the Australian Psychological Society runs a free careers seminar for aspiring psychologists. Students will gain an insight into several specialist areas of psychology. Details of the event are: Date    Saturday Sept 12 Time   1-4pm Lecture Theatre 3, Building B, Level 1, Room 77, Deakin University, 221 Burwood […]

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Too Many Lawyers – Futureproof your degree


Too Many Lawyers – Futureproof your degree An interesting article from the Sydney Morning Herald: http://www.smh.com.au/national/tertiary-education/too-many-lawyers-futureproof-your-degree-20150730-ginpjh.html

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Urban and Regional Planning


Career in Urban and Regional Planning Urban and regional planners (often also called Town Planners) develop policies and plans for the use of land and resources. They advise on the economic, environmental, social and cultural needs of particular localities or regions as they relate to the built environment and the community. They also work on […]

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